Old nails are actually one of the most common objects used by the JIA (Japanese Imperial Army) soldiers as markers where they often embedded them on old trees. For the amateur treasure hunters who do not know, these old nails are quite large in sizes particularly in length as compared to the ordinary nails that we now use today.
In one of my previous posts, I have already covered how you can interpret one large bent nail embedded on the body of an old tree. You just have to follow the direction that is being pointed by the tip of its head. Anyway, you can find more details about it by reading it on this post.
Now, what if there are two old nails that are embedded on the body of the old tree marker? And, they are pointing in two different directions?
If this is the case then it means that there are two separate treasure deposits. To locate them, just like how we interpreted the single old nail, you just have to follow the direction of the tip of their heads.
If there are actually two or more old nails that are embedded on the body of the old tree, this means that there are multiple separate treasure deposits around. But if there are too many old nails embedded that it would take you a lot of time counting them, then it means that you are dealing with one “large volume” of hidden treasure deposit.